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NHL Playoffs – Western Conference by - April 7, 2014

With this being the first year of realignment of the NHL divisions, the Western Conference has shown why it’s so tough to play in, with many as 4 teams out of contention by November including the Flames, Oilers, Jets even with their performance of late. This year we have saw the resurgence of the Colorado […]

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Czech Out Tomas Hertl by - October 30, 2013

Whether you are new to hockey or are a seasoned veteran of the sport, San Jose 19 year old centre Tomas Hertl will certainly catch your eye. Born in Prague, the youngster grew up idolizing Czech star Jaromir Jagr and supporting the Pittsburgh Penguins. In 2012 he was the 17th overall pick in the NHL […]

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NHL in review by - October 23, 2013

Two weeks into the NHL season, the Stanley cup champion has been crowned, the team selecting #1 overall in the draft has been chosen as well as the winner of the Harts trophy has been crowned, of course I’m just over reacting to the early standing with over 72 games each still left to be played […]

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NHL Eastern Conference Final by - May 30, 2013

With the Western Conference finally being settled where we will see The Kings, Blackhawks go face to face, the Eastern conference has been patiently waiting to begin their series. The Penguins won in 5 against the Senators, who could have won it in 4 but heroics from Craig Anderson in game 3 and a double […]

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NHL Semi-Final Preview by - May 14, 2013

The Semi-Finals are set, after the first round of the NHL Playoffs finished last night after Boston beat Toronto 5-4 in Overtime in game 7, while in Washington the Rangers won 5-0 in their game 7 after two stellar performances by Henrik Lundqvist in back to back games. Also in round one we saw the return of the Islanders […]

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Calder Memorial Trophy Candidates by - February 21, 2013

With a quarter of the NHL season passed,  the impact that rookies can make in a 48 season is fairly limited with most teams sending their rookies to the AHL by game 5 of the season. There a few who have stood out so far, I take a look at the top 5 rookies so […]

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NHL is back… by - January 8, 2013

The NHL, NHLPA on Sunday 6th 2012, agreed on a tentative deal on a new CBA after 16 hours of non stop negotiations with help of a mediator. With the NHL losing more than half of the season already due to the lockout its 4th one since the 1992-1993. A quick look at what the new CBA will […]

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NHL Lockout has ARRIVED!! by - September 17, 2012

As of Saturday the 15th of September, 11:59 PM the NHL CBA expired. This is the 4th lockout since the 1992-1993 seasons, over 1500 games have been missed, most recently the lockout happened in 2004-05 when the entire season was cancelled, and Gary Bettmen sure does love a lockout. Like the NFL and NBA the […]

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